Here are two ways to let the Library and the County know what’s important to you.
While the COVID-19 pandemic brought a multitude of challenges, one Library Trustee reflects on how the Library continues to serve and provide resources to strengthen the community.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has partnered with Mecklenburg County to ensure county residents have the facts about staying home, staying healthy and staying connected.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room provides a history on the influence and impact of libraries in northern Mecklenburg County.
On October 26, 2019 North County Regional Library had its Fall Fest and Grand Reopening. Read more here.
Census 2020 is coming. Learn about why we do it and the importance of an accurate count. Also discover how North Carolina and Mecklenburg County will take part, as well as learn about job opportunities with the United States Census Bureau.
StoryWalks Launches its Third Location In Greir Heights Park in March 2018
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is embracing every part of the digital landscape, proving that libraries and communities can thrive as society becomes more reliant on digital and technological advances.
Library CEO Lee Keesler shares his experience attending the ConnectED Library Challenge Summit in Washington, DC on January 19, 2016. Keesler was joined by CMS Superintendent Ann Clark and Mecklenburg County Manager Dena Diorio. Library, City and County, and Public School execs from 50 communities around the country were in attendance.